When a friend invites you to use their house for New Year’s weekend, the last thing you’d expect to find is two trespassing cops having sex.
Three shocked houseguests from Georgia found a 20-year-old woman, who works as a part-time traffic-control officer, and a 31-year-old Long Island patrolman trespassing at the East Hampton Village home of designer J. Arthur Dunnam on Dec. 30.
Neither trespasser was identified.
The woman, who works as a maid at Dunnam’s home, was fired at a village board meeting on Friday.
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The patrolman was suspended with pay and relieved of his gun and badge, police told the New York Post.
The three guests, quietly left the home and reported the incident to East Hampton Village Police.
Dunnam, 55, confirmed that no one else should have been in the home except his three guests from Georgia, but he did not wish to press charges against the trespassers.
The two officers are still being investigated for trespassing.
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“Further departmental action is expected,” Chief of Police Gerard Larsen Jr. wrote in a press release.